Ford Focus transmission problems warranty extension to 7 years/100,000 miles - 2011 - 2016 Focus

 
Ford Focus transmission problems warranty extension to 7 years/100,000 miles - 2011 - 2016 Focus

What’s the Problem?

Ford Motor Company has identified that certain 2011 to 2016 model year Focus’s equipped with the DSP6 PowerShift automatically shifting manual transmission may have seal failures that contaminate the dual-plate dry clutch, causing a "shuddering" effect on take-off (or other driveability/transmission issues). Based upon the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) and corresponding OASIS report, a vehicle may be covered by a factory warranty extension. The original powertrain warranty for the transmission is 5 years/60,000 miles The warranty extension moves coverage on the seals, dry clutch and TCM reprogramming out to 7 years/100,000 miles.

How do I know if I have an affected vehicle? 

You may have received a letter from Ford Motor Company regarding a transmission warranty extension. Sometimes people move, and forwarding addresses expire. To protect yourself, visit your authorized Ford dealer and show them your Vehicle Registration. They can check their Ford OASIS system and see if your vehicle is included. If your vehicle is included and/or you have been having repeated repair attempt visits to the authorized Ford dealer, as a California consumer you may be entitled to financial compensation, or a buyback (repurchase) under The California Lemon Law. In California, attorneys fees are not paid by you, they are paid by the auto manufacturer, allowing you to hire an attorney without charge. Arbitration is not required in California. Owners of vehicles that receive the 7 year/100,000 mile warranty extension can utilize the California Lemon Law during this period as well as the original new vehicle “bumper-to-bumper” and “powertrain” warranties.

Ford Focus transmission problems and owner complaints on 2011 - 2016 model years. With the introduction of an all-new Ford Focus, it uncovered its own set of actual and potential transmission problems. This website provides information to California consumers that can be used to alleviate the problems they may be experiencing with their 2011 or 2016 Focus, and/or legal remedies available to them under the California lemon law.

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These owner problems and complaints may include:  

On the newer Ford Focus, PowerShift automatic transmission problems (this is actually an electronically shifting/ controlled dry clutch gearbox) have been found to occur. These transmissions are known to have an internal seal(s) that leak oil from the gearbox case onto the shifting clutches, thus causing transmission operational problems, as well as transmission "tear-downs" and major internal parts replacements.

Among the transmission problems reported by Focus owners includes:

·         "CHECK ENGINE" warning light and transmission operational problems.
 

·         Harsh shifting of transmission, or other transmission shifting complaints/problems.
 

·         Loss of power on initial take-off from a stop or from low speeds.
 

·         The feeling of the transmission "slipping".
 

·         Harsh or delayed engagement of transmission
 

·         "Jerking" or "shuddering" upon take-off from a stop.
 

·         Transmission oil leaks.
 

·         Repeated re-programming (re-learning) of transmission by Ford dealers to "correct" the issue.
 

·         Rebuilding or replacement of transmissions for these problems.
 

·         Replacing leaking transmission seals due to contamination of shifting clutches by leaking oil.
 

·         Car owners are routinely being told "this is normal operating characteristic for this transmission" by the Ford service departments to complaints of the transmissions operation.

Ford Motor Company, and its authorized Ford dealers are aware of the various problem(s) of certain VIN # 2011 - 2016 model-year Ford Focus's.  Many dealers are performing "software updates" to the engine and transmission systems on the new 2011 - 2016 models in an attempt to correct the transmission issues.

Here is what some dealers are doing in an attempt to correct the issues with these vehicles:

·         "Clearing" DTC’s (Diagnostic Trouble Codes)
 

·         Replacement of TCM (Transmission Control Module)
 

·         Updating software to the engine and/or transmission computer
 

·         Contacting Ford Technical Support HOTLINE.
 

·         Performing TSB’s (Technical Service Bulletins) or NHTSA mandated Safety Recalls.
 

·         Contacting/referencing Ford "Oasis" online shop information system, and following "Oasis" topics repairs.
 

Awaiting further instructions from Ford Technical Support HOTLINE for problems that cannot be remedied by the above, or simply that Ford Engineering has the issue "under investigation", but with no current fix available for the vehicle’s transmission.

Yes, you can do something about this, whether the vehicle is currently fixed or not!

If you own or lease a 2011 - 2016 Ford Focus (whether the issue(s) are fixed or not), you live in California, and you have had 2 or more clutch replacements in the automatic transmission under factory warranty at the ford dealer, we encourage you to call our law firm, or use the convenient free online case evaluation form below.

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Your Ford Focus may qualify for a buyback under the California Lemon Law, or you may be entitled to substantial cash compensation in the thousands of dollars.  In California, your attorney’s fees are billed to the automobile manufacturer. You can call us, or use our convenient free case evaluation form below. Either way, you don’t have to put up with a vehicle that does not drive/operate correctly, or is unsafe!

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It should be noted that Ford Motor Company makes some of the most competitive, high-quality vehicles currently on the market. Not all 2011 - 2016 Ford Focus owners will have a vehicle that displays problems. This advertisement is directed only to owners who are having – or have had – repeated warranty repair problems with their 2011 - 2016 Ford Focus.

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